30MHz provides all the elements indoor growers (greenhouses, polytunnels, cold storage, hydroponics etc.) need to deploy a wireless sensor network and start capturing accurate, crop-level metrics in moments, without technical expertise. Customers select the combination of sensors that fit their needs (capturing metrics including vapor pressure deficit, dewpoint, soil moisture, EC/VWC, light intensity, CO2, temperature and humidity) and have the option to scale with more sensors, or new sensor types at any time. The user-friendly, data platform with customisable dashboards provides customers with full control over how data is displayed, with all metrics in one central location. Multiple locations can be monitored in one dashboard from anywhere on any device.


Naritaweg 70
Amsterdam Netherlands 1043 BZ

Country of originThe Netherlands
Key ContactJP Papaioannou
Phone Number+852 6290 9312
Year EstablishedMay-14
Awards & recognition
  • Amsterdam GreenTech innovation award nominee (2018) (for our pointed microclimate sensor)

  • Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce Business Awards 2018

  • Sustainable Innovations (2018) - first runner-up for our work in Thailand with Mitr Phol (the fourth largest sugar producer in the world).

Supported RegionsAll of Australia
Data ownership policy

Our customers own their data and we do not monetise or share that data externally. Our goal is to create a digital agricultural platform that brings out the full potential of the client's data.

Data privacy and security policy

Our wireless sensors run through a standard protocol. We use Digimesh with an AES 128 encryption. The wireless sensors push the data to the gateway via the Digimesh AES 128. The Zensie dashboards pull the data from the cloud over a secure https. Our cloud, built on AWS, is developed using the standards and recommendations of AWS for security, reliability and performance.

Terms and conditions apply. Please refer to our legal statement.

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